Days after Gunna accepted an Alford Plea, an interview where the rapper denounces snitching has resurfaced and gone viral.
Gunna is now a free man, but continues to face criticism when it comes to accepting a plea deal and is now hit with the infamous “snitch” label. “I recognize, accept and deeply regret that my talent and music indirectly furthered YSL the gang to the detriment of my community,” Gunna acknowledged in the signed statement. “YSL as a gang must end.”
This wasn’t the first time Gunna has been accused of snitching. Two years ago Gunna appeared on “the world’s most dangerous morning show.” During his interview Gunna explained a video of himself appearing on CNN where he was accused of snitching by Houston rapper Sauce Walka.
“I don’t know what the fuck that’s about. Crime stopper, what? I ain’t never stopped a crime. Never,” Gunna said during his two year old Breakfast Club interview.
“Yes, that’s me, but that wasn’t on no crime stopper,” he said. “I don’t know what the hell n***** are [saying], ’cause I wasn’t in no case or nothing. … ‘Oh you snitched on who?’ I was never in no case. See what I’m saying? But you know, n*****, it be—that go back to that internet shit, I don’t really be seeing into it ’cause motherf***** don’t know. I’m really from the street. Where I’m from like, if you snitch, bruh, that shit is in paperwork, that shit is in a document.”
This time around, Gunna isn’t alone. In total, six YSL associates have accepted plea deals this month as the case is expected to go to trial in January.